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Teens charged with breaking into state hospital building in Concord


Three teenagers are charged with breaking in to an administrative building on the grounds of the New Hampshire State Hospital, the state’s inpatient psychiatric hospital, state police reported Sunday.

The teens were spotted scaling the fence behind the main building at 105 Pleasant St. about 2:40 p.m. on April 17, police said. They got into the building, which houses no patients, police said.

They caused no damage.

Taken into custody were Corey Bouchard, 18, of Hudson, David Eddy, 18, of Concord, and a 16-year-old Penacook juvenile, police said. Each will be arraigned on a criminal trespass charge in 6th Circuit Court, District Division, on June 16. The juvenile was released to a parent.

        

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